How to Watch Giro d’Italia 2021 Without Cable – Live Stream the Race Anywhere

By Sachin Sharma / May 4, 2021

The 2021 Giro d'Italia is back to its usual spot on the calendar, with the 104th edition of the eagerly awaited tournament getting underway this weekend.

The historic Giro d'Italia is considered to be one of the Grand Tours in cycling and is considered one of the hardest tours in its category. The multiple-stage competition lasts for three weeks, and some of the world's most famous cyclists take part in it. The first stage is scheduled for May 8, with the final leg taking place on May 30. Here we have all the information you need to watch the Giro d'Italia live from anywhere in the world without cable.

What Is the 2021 Giro d'Italia Route, Schedule, Date?

The 2021 Giro d'Italia has a very busy schedule, with non-stop cycling action beginning from May 8. The Grand Tour includes a total of 21 stages, and cyclists will cover a total distance of 3,450km. There will also be seven hilly stages, eight summit finishes, and two individual time trials over the course of the three weeks. There is also be an off-roading day in the schedule. Below is the complete schedule and route for the 2021 Giro d'Italia.

Stage Date Starting Point Finish Line Race Length
1 May 8 Turin Turin 8.60 km
2 May 9 Stupinigi Novara 179 km
3 May 13 Biella Canale 190 km
4 May 10 Piacenza Sestola 187 km
5 May 12 Modena Cattolica 177 km
6 May 13 Grotte di Frasassi Ascoli Piceno 160 km
7 May 14 Notaresco Termoli 181 km
8 May 15 Foggia Guardia Sanframondi 170 km
9 May 16 Castel di Sangro Campo Felice (Rocca di Cambio) 158 km
10 May 17 L'Aquila Foligno 139 km
Rest Day May 18
11 May 19 Perugia Montalcino 162 km
12 May 20 Siena Bagno di Romagna 212 km
13 May 21 Ravenna Verona 198 km
14 May 22 Cittadella Monte Zoncola 205 km
15 May 23 Grado Gorizia 147 km
16 May 24 Sacile Cortina d'Ampezzo 212 km
Rest Day May 25
17 May 26 Canazei Sega di Ala 193 km
18 May 27 Rovereto Stradella 231 km
19 May 28 Abbiategrasso Alpe di Mera (Valsesia) 176 km
20 May 29 Verbania Valle Spluga-Alpe Motta 164 km
21 May 30 Senago Milan (ITT) 30.30 km

Which Cyclists Are Participating in the 2021 Giro d'Italia?

The Giro d'Italia's popularity means that some of the world's best cyclists participate in the competition. And this year's Giro d'Italia will be no different, with a star-studded line-up set to hit the road.

The 2021 Giro d'Italia cyclist line-up is headlined by Egan Bernal, who won the 2019 Tour de France. Bernal is considered to be one of the finest cyclists in the world and will definitely be one to watch. He will race for INEOS Grenadiers.

Two-time Giro d'Italia winner Vincenzo Nibali will also be in contention, as he looks to earn his first victory since 2016. Australia’s Simon Yates will be another contender to look out for. He will look to fight for the title after being affected by a positive COVID-19 test last year.

João Almeida was in contention to win Giro d'Italia last season. And he will be looking to get the job done this time around. Other riders to watch include Mikel Landa, Hugh Carthy, and Aleksandr Vlasov.

How to Watch the 2021 Giro d'Italia Online From Anywhere?

The 2021 Giro d'Italia will be live-streamed in the United States on GCN+, while Eurosport has the broadcast rights for the competition in Europe. If you are traveling abroad or live outside the US while the Giro d'Italia is being broadcast, you may need a VPN subscription to watch the races.

Having a VPN subscription will make it seem as if you are in the United States or another country depending on your network preference. We recommend using ExpressVPN, which is an excellent tool. It has hundreds of available locations, and it works with the majority of the streaming network - and that efficiency is what makes it one of the most used VPN subscriptions in the world.

Subscribing to ExpressVPN is easy. All you have to do is go to its website, fill out all the details, pay the subscription fee, and download the VPN. Then, you will be able to catch the Giro d'Italia live without any restrictions whenever the races air.

When you subscribe to ExpressVPN, you also get a 49% OFF deal, making it one of the most cost-effective VPNs available. There is also a 30-day money-back guarantee included as part of your subscription.

How to Watch 2021 Giro d'Italia in the US Without Cable?

With all the streaming services and live video websites available in the world today, it has become very easy to watch and live stream sports without the need for cable TV. Gone are the days when you needed a cable subscription and a million wires to watch live sports.

Now you can watch sports live from anywhere, at any time, and on any device. The 2021 Giro d'Italia is no different. And here we take a look at the two best websites that will allow you to watch all the races live.


The 2021 Giro d'Italia will be aired live in the United States on GCN+, which is the Global Cycling Network. Having a subscription to this website is a must for all cycling fans, as it allows you to watch the races live at home or on the go. In addition, to live races, GCN+ also has several documentaries and films that you can watch.

All in all, it is the perfect one-stop-shop for cycling enthusiasts, and a yearly GCN+ subscription costs $49.99.

Eurosport Player

Another way to watch the 2021 Giro d'Italia event is via Eurosport. However, it is only available to those living in Europe. So if you live in the United States, you will need to use a VPN and connect to any Europe server to watch the Giro d'Italia, and other sporting competitions live. In the UK, Eurosport Player costs £6.99 for a single month, £4.99 for a year-long monthly pass, or £39.99 for a yearly pass. Likewise, the subscription price varies for each country.

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